First Nations Equity Partners Support Northern Gateway!Read more
Finally, some municipal support for the Energy East Pipeline!Read more
In Fort McMurray, even New Democrats sport “I Love Oil Sands” T-shirts.
“We’re an energy- and resource-based economy,” said local New Democratic Party candidate Ariana Mancini, days after coming second behind Wildrose Party Leader Brian Jean in Tuesday’s election. The Grade 1 French-immersion teacher appeared at a local rally recently wearing the shirt that has become popular in this city in the heart of oil sands country.Read more
Canada is the United States #1 supplier of all forms of energy, providing a secure, reliable and responsible source of energy. With its focus on creating jobs on both sides of the border, and preserving and protecting our shared environment through innovation, our shared energy relationship is more than just a pipeline. Canada is your neighbor, ally and #energypartner.Read more
Every single day 2,000 tankers carry 60,000,000 barrels of oil across the world.
Why is Canada the only place that lobbyists single out?
Companies that operate in the Oil Sands do some very innovative things to restore wildlife habitats. Check out what Cenovus is doing to restore caribou habitat in northern Alberta.Read more
People who know me - and even some who don't - are aware of the fact I'm a proud Canadian. And how could I not be? Our air, land and water, our flora and fauna and, perhaps most of all , our people are all the envy of the world.
According to a new report from Canadian think tank Clean Energy Canada, the country’s clean energy sector now employs more people than tar sands. Jobs have jumped by 37 percent over five years in our green energy sector. But one oil sands advocate from Calgary, Cody Battershill, strongly disputes that claim.